Work in the 20s: How understanding and supporting your people leads to successful organisations
8:30 am – 12.30 pm
Successful organisations are built by people with a healthy mindset, who know where their career is going, who have the right skills and have great leaders to support them. Together, they create the building blocks for a positive, inclusive and productive place to work.
Join us on Tuesday 3rd March 2020, for our 9th Tap’d HR Forum where we will be discussing two of the key people areas that CEOs and HR Leaders can influence to create positive shifts in business performance and productivity, as outlined in our recent report: The Productivity Challenge.
We have some great speakers lined up including:
Karen Notaro, Engagement and Employee Lifecycle Insight Manager, Ministry of Justice who will discuss some of the successes and learnings she has had at the Ministry of Justice in raising employee engagement in their diverse workforce.
Tatiana Rowson, Programme Director, at Henley Business School, who will discuss her insights from her main research area of “ageing at work”. This broad topic includes how to stay on top of your game from midlife and beyond, from health and well-being, to career resources and the association of career change and identity transitions.
Laura Pettitt, Talent & Engagement Director, at News UK who will discuss the successes and learnings from her role at NewsUK around increasing engagement from the workforce and fostering an employee experience that respects everyone’s talents and capabilities.
Our Forums are designed for HR professionals of all specialisms and brought to you with no admission fee thanks to our great partners at Fuel50. Come along on the morning of Tuesday 3rd March 2020 and join the discussion about these key people topics. See you there!
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Anthony Ryland, Founder & CEO, Tap’d Solutions
Anthony has a passion for helping organisations find solutions that enhance the employee experience, inclusion and engagement within diverse organisations. Bringing together knowledge and experience of leadership, talent, technologies and human behaviour to design and deliver the right activities to realise your people strategies.
Prior to founding Tap’d, Anthony held pan-European talent and leadership roles at organisations including Samsung Electronics, Xerox and ACS, which was preceded by 10 years in senior operational retail management.
Tatiana Rowson – Programme Director, Henley Business School
Tatiana is a Coaching Psychologist with international academic and consulting experience. Originally trained as a counselling psychologist, Tatiana worked for over 12 years in industry. Her area of practice includes executive and career coaching, executive assessment and learning and development. In 2014, Tatiana joined academia, where she combines her practical experience and academic knowledge in her teaching. In terms of research, Tatiana has published on issues related to late-career and retirement, ageing and well-being and career transitions. Her current research interests continue to be around the topics of life and career transitions, ageing and identity at work, adaptability and well-being through the life course.
In her session Tatiana will discuss her insights from her main research area of “ageing at work”. This broad topic includes how to stay on top of your game from midlife and beyond from health and well-being to career resources and the association of career change and identity transitions.
Karen Notaro, Engagement and Employee Lifecycle Insight Manager, Ministry of Justice
Karen leads the Ministry of Justice’s Engagement Champions Network and is responsible for growing and up-skilling the now 1,500 strong cadre of Engagement Champions across the department and Whitehall, branching out into the wider field of Employee Experience and employee lifecycle.
In her session Karen will be discussing some of the successes and learnings she has had at the Ministry of Justice in raising employee engagement in their diverse workforce.
Laura Pettitt, Talent & Engagement Director, News UK
Laura leads the Talent & Engagement team at News UK. Starting her career in recruitment Laura previously ran two successful recruitment companies before moving into the world of employee engagement. Here she worked with brands to link the employee and customer journey before taking the leap to go it alone. Whilst consulting Laura won and delivered recruitment campaigns, advised and delivered on EVP, Engagement, Values and Talent. The success of Laura’s last consulting role saw her design and deliver a talent programme for News UK Technology resulting in; improved attrition, diversity, reduced time to hire and improved engagement Technology have since won several awards the most recent being ‘Best place to work in digital 2018’. Laura then joined NUK & Wireless as Talent and Engagement Director where she has worked for the last 18 months.
In her session Laura will discuss the successes and learnings from her role at NewsUK, around increasing engagement from the workforce and fostering an employee experience, that respects everyone’s talents and capabilities.
110 Rochester Row,
Telephone: 020 7828 2888
Who should attend
This event is suitable for:
- Business Leaders
- HR Directors
- Heads of Engagement
- Heads of Talent
- Heads of Organisational Development
- Heads of Learning & Development
About our partners
Fuel50 is an award-winning career pathing platform that delivers engagement and retention impact to employees in companies (many of the Fortune 500) all around the world. Driven by Fuel50, employees are given the keys to their careers by mapping their personalised career path and connecting with mentors, coaches and colleagues, while leaders are also enabled to deliver better quality coaching conversations.
Companies using Fuel50 see measurable results, with attrition being reduced by up to 50% in over 60 companies and engagement uplifts are in the realm of 3-30% within every company deploying Fuel50. Click here to visit their website